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Players Can Now Play As the Melee-Specialist As He Joins The Ranks Of Grand Chase Knights

June 5, 2009

Players Can Now Play As the Melee-Specialist As He Joins The Ranks Of Grand Chase Knights

Jin, A Melee-Specialist, Joins The Ranks Of Grand Chase Knights

Ntreev USA, a leading online game developer and publisher, announced today that it will unveil an all-new character for its action-adventure MMO brawler, Grand Chase next week. As the 8th member of the Grand Chase, Jin joins the chase to search for Luther, the leader of the Silver Knights, and finds himself infatuated with Amy.

"Jin is a fantastic addition to the Knights of Grand Chase," said Chris Lee, CEO at Ntreev USA. "Next week the North American Grand Chase gamers will experience the speed, strength and force of this melee madman and his ability to really burn things up."

About Jin Jin is a melee-specialist from the Silver Land and a member of the Silver Knights who is a fast, heavy attacker with very short range. Jin has three classes, the first job being Fighter where he uses his fists and feet to attack. He also possesses the unique ability to "burn," a special ability that makes him stronger and changes his skills. Jin can charge the gauge and use the charge to perform special attacks or improved skills. If the bar is fully charged, Jin will go into "burn" mode making several new attacks available and boosting his skills and attack power; however the charge bar will quickly drain in burn mode. In addition, Jin also has the ability to dash through opponents during their mid-combo attacks.

About Grand Chase Grand Chase is an online action brawler set in a medieval fantasy world. It follows the story of a few brave young knights who join a group of nobles known as the "Grand Chase" to defeat an evil usurper to the throne, a villainess known as Kaze'aze. Grand Chase combines traditional side-scrolling dungeon crawling with intense, skill-based player vs. player (PvP) matches.

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